For something so intrinsically American as WWE and Pro Wrestling, Fighting with my Family has a fantastic British charm which stops this becoming the ultra-cheesy underdog story we have seen a thousand times before. Many will be put off by it’s … Continue reading Fighting with my Family (2019) Review
Blockers is a comedy which will surprise many people. On first glance it seems like the usual, offensive, immature humour you can come to expect from a movie dealing with teenagers, out of touch parents and sex but there is a … Continue reading Review Bonanza: Blockers (2018) Review
As well as launching the new-look Views from the Sofa we are also launching a brand new Theme Month for July. Since he stopped “smelling what was cookin’” and started acting, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has become one of the biggest … Continue reading Dwayne Johnson Month: The Launch!
The best sports movies make you care about the character, and even the sport, regardless of whether you are familiar with it or not. The debate over whether American Wrestling is a sport is one for another time but it works … Continue reading The Wrestler (2008) Review
I am now accepting my third Liebster award, this time nominated by Plain Simple Tom over at plainsimpletomreviews. Really straight forward, I answer Tom’s 11 questions, I set 11 questions of my own and nominate a bunch of people to answer … Continue reading My Third Liebster Award!
WWE wrestlers have been trying to become movie stars for years. Back when Hulk Hogan first put on a tutu in Mr Nanny or saved Earth as an alien bounty hunter in Suburban Commando, wrestlers have tried their best to crack … Continue reading Who is the next WWE movie megastar?
Finally, Daniel Craig gets a proper Bond film. From Casino Royale through to the end of Skyfall, it felt like it was a long, drawn-out (but very entertaining) process to rediscover, rebuild and “reboot” Bond. The classic tropes and traditions had … Continue reading Month of Bond: Spectre (2015) Review